Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
Greatest Story Ever Told
New Minglewood Blues
Tons Of Steel
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
The Promised Land
Saint Of Circumstance
Terrapin Station ->
Gimme Some Lovin' ->
Wharf Rat ->
Throwing Stones ->
Touch Of Grey
SBD Cassette Master supplies:
Space (0:22 - 0:30)
-- Disc change is seamless
-- This is a Matrix SBD, the straight SBD also circulates
-- Mardi Gras Parade with the Neville Brothers during Iko
-- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes
August 13, 2013 Subject:
You know I'm only in for the gold..
I like the sound to this one..It was scary in 86' to see Jerry go down and almost 1/2 a year lost..So to hear a strong show early in 87' was a good sign and this is a prime example! Crazy song selection in both sets..The 1/2 Step> Promised Land to end 1st set in golden..And in the 2nd set the Iko to open with a solo Saint Of Circumstance to follow rocks!! For 87' this is a solid show..so please..GIVE IT A WHIRL>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead!!!!
July 3, 2012 Subject:
Great Mardi Gras show!
Showed up with an extra ticket and traded it for a full sheet. Mighty Quinn was a rocking number as I gave out the whole shebang for free. Thanks for the memories and great recording. I give it five stars because it really captures the beginning of the recreation of the band that culminated (for me) in 88-89. And the Kaiser was such a great venue!
July 3, 2012 Subject:
I love the ending to Half-Step. Strong Vocals by Jerry into a chill bluesy jam! Wharf Rat and Throwing STONES!!
December 23, 2011 Subject:
Although the straight SBD recording is cleaner,
I like this one better because of the high audience energy. The encore, where Garcia forgets the words to Brokedown and the audience takes over for him, is a classic, beautiful Grateful Dead moment. The first really terrific show of 1987, with a howling good time involving the Dirty Dozen on Iko, and altogether an excellent first and second sets.